“Loyalty! I received an order to return to the Korean Tour”

‘Reserve’ players who have completed their military service have started their return to the Korean Professional Golf Association (KPGA) Korean Tour this year.

On the 9th, the KPGA said, “Lee Soo-min (30), Jeon Ga-ram (28), Kim Tae-woo (30), Lee Seung-taek (28), Lee Gyeong-jun (30), Kim Jong-hak (26), Ko In-seong (30), and Park Hyeon-seo (23) total. Eight players submitted applications to return to the military for the 2023 season.” 토토사이트

Lee Soo-min, who was discharged in October of last year, said, “I am happy to finish my military service in good health. Even during his military service, he consistently trained in physical strength. He said, “I gained about 7 kg compared to before enlisting, and now I am about 79 kg.”

Lee Soo-min, who made his debut on the KPGA Korean Tour in 2015 and accumulated a total of 5 wins (4 wins in Korea and 1 win on the DP World Tour), said, “I saw the reserve players performing well last year and thought, ‘The hyungs prepared really well.’ “I am married and have a daughter, so I feel a sense of responsibility as the head of the household. In 2023, he intends to focus on the KPGA Korean Tour. I will try to win without the burden of his comeback season.”

Garam Jeon, who won two wins on the KPGA Korean Tour, is also preparing to return for the 2023 season. Jeon Ga-ram, who was discharged in December of last year, said, “During military service, (Huh) In-hoe and (Park) Jung-min hyung often advised me to prepare properly and come back, saying that young friends play without hesitation on tour. After saying, “I don’t think there will be a big problem in adapting to the tour,” he said, “I plan to focus on the KPGA Korean Tour in 2023. As this year is the last year of seeding, the goal is to secure seeding by steadily improving performance.”

In addition, Kim Tae-woo, Lee Seung-taek, Lee Gyeong-jun, Kim Jong-hak, Ko In-seong, and Park Hyun-seo will return to the 2023 season tour.

On the other hand, Park Jun-hyeok (28), who finished 5th in overall points on the Srixon Tour last year, and Choi Chan (26), who debuted on the KPGA Korean Tour last year, will temporarily leave the tour stage due to military enlistment.

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